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Wednesday, July 05, 2017 Pumpking Germany

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A while ago I got this beautiful shiny selenite as a gift. It represents the moon (which is good, because from my balcony I can easily see the moon in so many nights, but I canīt spot the Northern Star in this direction, because my balcony is facing South). This selenite has so much in common with pumpkins, especially with MY pumpkins, its place on the shelf is in front of a beautiful little pumpkin carriage and next to some opals (perfect place in my opinion), chemically it is calcium sulphate, which is good for pumpkins (for the development of their belly, i.e., the fruit), its name hints at selenium, which is good for pumpkins, too (for the development of their babies, i.e, the seeds), and from South it will shine onto my pumpkin plants at night (like the sun will do during daytime) in order to give them some light and hope for they will recover from hail damage. Iīm so glad I got this lovely little gift a while ago, it means so much to me.
 



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